Taylor Swift’s “1989” world tour was one of the hottest tickets around back in 2015, and Swift has officially announced the beginning dates for her “Reputation” world tour to millions of excited fans. The event is scheduled to begin May 8, 2018 in Arizona, and the dates are sure to sellout quickly.

As of right now, the tour is currently scheduled to end on October 6, 2018 in Texas, but the number of shows will probably change over the next few months. Swift has left herself a lot of room between some tour stops, so more shows are certainly going to be added as the tour gets up and running. On the business side of things, the Messina Touring Group (MTG), AEG Presents, and Live Nation will be handling the promotions and producing of the tour in their select markets. Marketing has barely begun, so expect an onslaught of Swift merchandising and different promotions to begin once we get into 2018.

As for the album, “Reputation,” it’s already a chart-topping success. You can’t stream the album yet, unless you count one iHeartRadio promotion, but album sales have already surpassed the 700K mark. That’s just day-one sales in the United States we should say, worldwide the album is expected to easily crush the 1M mark in the first week.

You can browse the dates and locations for the “Reputation Tour” below, hopefully if you’re a Swiftie, the tour is making a stop in a city near you.

May 8 University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale, AZ
May 12 Levi’s Stadium Santa Clara, CA
May 19 Rose Bowl Pasadena, CA
May 22 CenturyLink Field Seattle, WA
May 25 Sports Authority Field at Mile High Denver, CO
June 2 Soldier Field Chicago, IL
June 30 Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium Louisville, KY
July 7 Ohio Stadium Columbus, OH
July 10 FedEx Field Washington, DC
July 14 Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia, PA
July 17 First Energy Stadium Cleveland, OH
July 21 MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, NJ
July 28 Gillette Stadium Foxborough, MA
August 4 Rogers Centre Toronto, ON
August 7 Heinz Field Pittsburgh, PA
August 11 Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta, GA
August 14 Raymond James Stadium Tampa, FL
August 18 Hard Rock Stadium Miami, FL
August 25 Nissan Stadium Nashville, TN
August 28 Ford Field Detroit, MI
September 1 U.S. Bank Stadium Minneapolis, MN
September 8 Arrowhead Stadium Kansas City, MO
September 15 Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis, IN
September 18 The Dome at America’s Center St. Louis, MO
September 22 Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans, LA
September 29 NRG Stadium Houston, TX
October 6 AT&T Stadium Arlington, TX